At Women’s Health we specialise in skin resurfacing and anti-ageing procedures. As we age we begin to notice changes in our skin, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and pigmentation. The desire to stay forever young and restore youthfulness has generated a widespread demand for anti-ageing treatments.
Laser technology has recently developed a longer lasting and scientifically proven method to restore the natural beauty of the skin. With its unique characteristics, laser skin resurfacing allows more precise and accurate control over the treatment process.
Our TwinLight™ fractional rejuvenation treatment
Other skin rejuvenation procedures treat large areas of the skin, whether aged or not. Our Fotona laser's revolutionary TwinLight™ method precisely targets the laser light to treat skin imperfections, leaving the surrounding healthy skin untreated and untouched.
In addition, the heat emitted from the laser energy encourages the production of new collagen in the dermis, with the surrounding untreated skin accelerating the rejuvenation process.
scientifically proven method to restore the natural beauty of skin
The simple 3-step solution
Our TwinLight™ Fractional Rejuvenation is a simple, optimised procedure that significantly improves the texture of the skin, giving it a smoother, fresher and healthier look. The deep heating effect of Fotona's Nd:YAG laser beam rejuvenates and stimulates the skin, while the Er:YAG beam assists in the formation of new, tighter skin.
2 FRACTIONAL THERAPY
The fractional Er:YAG laser ablates the old, worn-out skin, and the precise micro-ablated channels are replaced with newer, tighter and healthier tissue as new skin generates.
The Nd:YAG beam is passed over the surface of the skin. The first pass enables a short stimulus to the skin, the second pass penetrats the tissue, causing deep FRAC-3® heating and conditioning the skin for effective fractional treatment therapy.
The treatment is then complete with a light skin ablation using the full Er:YAG beam, removing superficial imperfections.
Please note you must always undergo a thorough initial assessment by the Doctor to discuss your condition and the available management options, including their potential benefit and harm, prior to commencing any treatment.